|Mother Mack's Puppies Find Happy Homes - Frith Films|
Multicultural parable showing the similarities between six California families, each of whom adopts a Scottie puppy. Produced and directed by Emily Benton Frith.
Keywords: Animals: Dogs; Race relations; California: Multiculturalism
Downloads: 3,088 (2 reviews)
|Health: Your Posture - Centron Corporation|
Young girl's mirror image teaches her fundamentals of good posture.
Keywords: Health and hygiene
Downloads: 10,548,641 (6 reviews)
|How Do You Do? - Young America Films|
Trains teenagers to act according to the rules of proper social etiquette. Promotes proper behavior as a means of gaining social poise and self-assurance. This film seems clearly to be a document from the postwar "behavior offensive," aimed at retraining adolescents to learn to be kids once again after experiencing premature adulthood during World War II.
Keywords: Social guidance; Social guidance: Etiquette; Teenagers
Downloads: 11,795 (7 reviews)
|Arranging The Tea Table|
Explains the reasoning behind attractive and correct tea-table arranging. One of the satellite films that accompanied Let's Give a Tea. See also Arranging a Buffet Supper.
Keywords: need keyword
Downloads: 75,932 (10 reviews)
|Stranger, The - Cozzolino (Joseph S.)|
Homemade cautionary drama about the case of a young girl who is abducted and murdered by a stranger. Director and Photographer: Joseph S. Cozzolino. With Tolie Cozzolino (Mother); Rennie Knight (Girl); Danny Knight (Stranger); Steve Knight (Boy); Ron McHenry and R. Anderson (Deputies). Filmed in and around Santa Rosa, California. Kodachrome.
Keywords: Safety: Children; Crime and criminals; San Francisco Bay Area: Sonoma County
Downloads: 9,539 (15 reviews)
|Color it Clean - University of Illinois, Motion Picture Service|
Shows the detailed steps necessary to achieve a high standard of cleanliness in a public restroom and presents the opinions, attitudes and personal feelings of the men who do the job, giving voice in particular to a janitor in a university building. Director: James W. Hall. Janitor: Hance Nelson.
Keywords: Occupations: Janitorial; Health and hygiene; Occupations: Building maintenance
Downloads: 17,751 (14 reviews)
|What to Do on a Date - Coronet Instructional Films|
A high school senior learns how and where to ask a girl for a date, where to take her for a good time, and how to avoid spending too much money or being bored by commercialized amusements. Director: Ted Peshak. Cameraman: Dale Sharkey. Writers: George Tychsen, Bradford. Editor: Dick Kirschner. Narrator: George Stone.
Keywords: Social guidance; Dating; Teenagers
Downloads: 38,154 (13 reviews)
|Jay Can Do It|
Shows how an 11-year old boy and his brothers share each other's interests and activities. Shows projects such as building a tree house, baking cookies and coloring Easter eggs. Suggests the character-building value of experimenting, creating and doing a job well.
Keywords: need keyword
Downloads: 8,389 (13 reviews)
|Molly Grows Up - Photo & Sound Productions for Medical Arts Productions|
Menstruation education film for young teenage girls, redolent with dated detail.
Keywords: Sex education; Gender roles; Children
Downloads: 90,511 (19 reviews)
|Shy Guy - Coronet Instructional Films|
Phil (Dick York), new in his high school, follows his father's suggestion and observes the most popular students to determine what makes them popular. By offering to help others he becomes popular himself and sheds his shyness.
Keywords: Social guidance; Teenagers
Downloads: 41,423 (15 reviews)
|More Dangerous Than Dynamite|
Warns housewives about the effects of cleaning clothes with Gasoline.
Downloads: 41,017 (25 reviews)
|Habit Patterns - Knickerbocker Productions|
"Goofus and Gallant"-style film on the misadventures of a teenage girl who is a victim of her own bad habits, with a harrowing and patronizing narration.
Keywords: Social guidance; Gender roles; Psychology
Downloads: 35,327 (37 reviews)
|Drugs Are Like That|
Help us get more films like this online! This film was digitized and uploaded thanks to contributions from this project: www.indiegogo.com/avgeeks100miles Anita Bryant (famous Florida orange juice and anti-gay spokeswoman) narrates this film that tries to simplify its drug abuse message with an analogy of kids putting together a contraption out of Lego blocks. Although the metaphors often don't make sense, the visual impact of the film is stunning and could easily be quite popular with individua...
Downloads: 81,075 (30 reviews)